Toot! Toot! Japan isn't short of interestingly-themed restaurants! Just a little wander around the backstreets of popular tourist spots you'll find some pretty eye-opening restaurant signs. Testudo Izakaya (Railroad bar) Little TGV combines a maid cafe with a railway theme. All aboard!
Not to miss on your trip to Tokyo is Kaguwa, a restaurant with a twist! Located in trendy Roppongi, Kaguwa is an Oiran and Geisha Cabaret Show. Think French Cabaret but Japanese style! Enjoy a one-of-a-kind spectacular performance by Geisha, Samurai, Oiran, traditional dancers.
Italian cuisine is one of the most sought after cuisines in Tokyo. Whether you'd like to give your palate a break or you'd like to try something you can only find here. Please take a look at these recommended Italian-Japanese fusion cuisine restaurants. Authentic Italian know-how with a touch of Japanese magic!
Combining sustainability and gastronomy, Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, owner, and chef of NARISAWA, has pioneered a cuisine that focuses on connecting people with the natural environment. Experience innovative satoyama cuisine at this very exclusive and exquisite at this dining experience in Tokyo.
If you're in Umeda, Osaka and you want to discover the local culture, you should definitely try an izakaya (Japanese pub) for some tasty dishes! Rock Izakaya Star is all that and more, you can enjoy some awesome food and drinks in a venue that would make any rock lover's heart sing!
Ranked 20th in the S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2011, Ryugin has a lot of accomplishments. It has three Michelin stars amongst other awards. Renowned Japanese chef Seiji Yamamoto wows his guests with a special fusion cuisine in downtown Roppongi, Tokyo. Come for an incredible food journey.
Looking for a quick bite to eat? First Kitchen (or FK) is a fast food chain in known for it's flavoured fries and their Bacon & Egg burger. It originally started as a burger chain but expanded in to other food offers like pasta. It's hard to no be curious about what kind of place offers a somewhat random selection of fast food!
Here's a basic guide for ordering in Japanese with the most popular Japanese foods! Cheers!
If you're ever caught in a situation where you cannot use English to order, or simply you'd like to immerse yourself in the local language and try ordering in Japanese. Here's your mini guide!
This cosy French Asian fusion restaurant in trendy Akasaka, Tokyo brings a delightful double act to diners. Combining traditional Japanese hospitality with complex French and Japanese cuisine this is a restaurant to experience when you come to Tokyo.